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Your water heater is an important appliance in your home. It is responsible for providing the hot water you need to shower, wash your dishes and clean your laundry. Unfortunately though, this important appliance does not last forever. There are many factors that affect just how long your water heater will last, including its size, brand, how often it is used and how well maintained it is. If your unit is nearing the end of its lifespan, it will give you signs that it may need to be replaced. Here are a few of the most common signs that it may be time to replace your hot water heater.
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When there is a dripping faucet, this is an obvious water leak. To some, this may seem inconsequential; however, it is your money going down the drain. Wasting water is wrong. Besides being costly over time by increasing the water bills, conserving water is good for the environment.
The best way to maintain your plumbing system is to schedule an annual plumbing inspection with Steve’s Plumbing & Heating. We offer comprehensive assessment services including repair and plumbing replacement. A plumbing check-up could reveal small issues before they turn into costly problems. To schedule your check-up this spring, call us today. We’ll send a technician to your home to perform a point-by-point evaluation and let you know what we find.
One of the most challenging problems that occur in your plumbing is fixing a leak under the house. If your home is built on a solid foundation, it makes the issue even worse. Steve’s Plumbing & Heating can identify plumbing leaks under the structure and fix them. We recommend that you hire one of our plumbing technicians instead of attempting a DIY. We can solve the problem faster and provide long-term solutions. Call us today for quick, dependable service.
Several factors can affect your plumbing system’s efficiency. Over time, worn out components and environmental factors can change the water pressure throughout the network. If you would like to find out how you can make your pipes operate more efficiently, contact Steve’s Plumbing & Heating. We can perform a full inspection of the system to determine where you are wasting money. Below are key areas we can assess to improve how well your plumbing performs.
Are you wondering why your hot water supply is running out faster than it should? Now is an excellent time to contact Steve’s Plumbing & Heating in Wisconsin Rapids. We can assess your water heater and get it performing in peak condition once again. The good news is that we can fix these types of problems in a relatively short period. Give us a call and let us help you when your water heater goes out.
Plumbing is an often overlooked component of a kitchen remodeling project. If you do not consider the pipes, fixtures, and other parts of the plumbing when you redesign the floorplan, you may end up making costly mistakes. At Steve’s Plumbing & Heating, we can help you configure the plumbing as your renovate each section of the kitchen, so you have a new, efficient, and sustainable system. Our expert plumbing technicians can perform fixture installation, appliance installation, and plumbing network rerouting.
One of the reasons homeowners install appliances without the help of a professional is so that they’ll save money. While this may be true in one sense, you’re still better off hiring a Steve’s Plumbing & Heating technician to install the appliance for you.
Tankless water heaters have emerged over the last decade as the new standard for water temperature control. But do tankless water heaters save you money? Below, we compare tank water heaters and tankless water heaters to help you decide which one is best for your home. If you would like to know more about the features and benefits of tankless water heaters, contact Steve’s Plumbing & Heating. We’re here to answer all your questions.
A heat pump is part of a mechanical-compression cycle refrigeration system that we install for both heating and cooling purposes. The pump circulates warm air from one location to another. Which direction the pump moves the air depends on the temperature outside (or the temperature needed inside the building). When it’s cold outside the pump takes the air and converts it to warm air before pushing inside the house. When it’s warm outside, the pump removes the warm air so that the AC unit can produce cold. It is the most vital component in your heating and cooling system. So, as you might guess, when the heat pump goes bad, it cripples the rest of the equipment.
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